Complex Continuing Care

Serving children and youth from birth to age 18 with complex medical needs or who have multi-system diseases.

The Complex Continuing Care unit serves children and youth from birth to age 18 with complex medical needs or who have multi-system diseases. 

The children and youth on this unit require frequent and ongoing specialized assessment and intervention. 

The complex continuing care team serves to facilitate discharge to the community. An interdisciplinary team provides collaborative assessment and intervention for children and adolescents by facilitating habilitation/rehabilitation to assist with reintegration into the family, school and community

Clients in this service have multi-system disease and/or compromised respiratory systems that require frequent and ongoing specialized assessment and intervention. Clients may require a range of therapy services to meet their habilitation needs.
 


Types of conditions

Clients in this service have multi-system disease and/or compromised respiratory systems that require frequent and ongoing specialized assessment and intervention. Clients may require a range of therapy services to meet their habilitation needs.

Types of Conditions:
 

  • Congenital and acquired airway and respiratory abnormalities
  • Neurodegenerative disorders
  • Neuromuscular myopathies
  • Multi-system diseases
  • Spinal cord injuries with tracheostomy and/or ventilation needs
  • Cardiac conditions
  • Seizure disorders
  • Other complex neurological disorders